THE PUP THAT WASN'T THAR!
Too may brag of yoar under and upper dog,
I Aslouf Bather bark or bits, .
And commend the caution of outeid dogs, ;
That fewer around lb fight) V
Hut the luckiest dog, I am bound toswear, .
Wai th II Ul lame pup that wim't tbar. I
The' noise of th yalllng he bean from afar. '.'
And Wishes he might "go in."
But light ai he bunas his noM la lb itraw,
Knowing he couldn't win ;
' . .u for little faino pupa ara alwaji outlawed,
" Aud iu inch aort of nghts gat Hrriply "chawed."
" HI straw Isclean, and nil aentel U warm,
. And thaauB It In front of tbdor;
"J He baa gnawed on tha nloaat ohlckan bonei,
Till nsught ean he gnaw any more:
jell uarvu a ovuvt mo int r"v " --. --. .
' .''.Would immediately mix lb the murderou ngnt.
And lucky It la for that email dug,
Tbat perforce ha eanuoOnlx
la tha nialce of barks aud yelps and bllat,
And chokes and atonea and kicks :
llaeaveehla honor and eaves hU hide,
r. Which be wouldn't do If a waan't tied, .
Droll Revenge of a Jealous Dyer—A
Lover with a Chronic Attack of the
" Mftnv young men have died for love,
but few of them have been dyed for their
passion, as was the hero of the following
story from Lever's new novel of Gerald
Fitzgerald: ,.; V ' ,' I ;t.:,f,': j ,
"Come, I will toll you a story, not: for
tho sake of the incident, bat for the
I. illustration; though even , as a story it
has its point You know Gustavo de
Manny, I think?" ' .
"Le boau Ousteve? to be sure I did.
Ah! It wus upward of forty years ago,"
' Uighed he, sorrowfully. ' - '...i'
"It could not be leas. He has been
" living in a little Styrian village about
' that long, soeing and being seen by none.
Uis adventure was this: He was violently
enamored of a very pretty woman whom
' he met by ohanoe in the street, and (dis
covered afterward to be the wife of a
'dyer' in the Rue de Maris. "Whether
she was disposed to favor his addresses
' or acted in concert with her husband to
punish him, is not very easy to say; j the
result would incline to the latter supposi
tion. At all events, she gave hii a
., rendezvous, at which he was surprised
by the dyer himself a fellow strong as a
Hercules and of an ungovernable temper.
He rushed wildly on De Marsay, who
defended himself for some time with! his
rapier; a false thrust, however, broke the
weapon at the hilt, and the dyer springing
forward caught poor Gustave round the
body, and actually carried him off over
h is head, aud plunged him neok aud heels
: .-into an enormous tank filled wfth !dye-
, stuffs. How he escaped drowning-t-how
ihe issued from the house and ever reached
his homo, ho never was able to tell. It ia
. ' more tlian probable' the consequences of
... wiQ oalamity absorpea ana owueratoa ail
. bIbs: for when he awoke next dav he. die-
$ covered that he was totally changed-
- his ekin from head to foot, being' dyed a
deep blue! j
, .'It was in vain that ha washed and
washed; boiled himself in hot baths, or
ensayed a hundred cleansing remedies,
nothing .'availed in the least -in : fact,
"jjtnany thought that he came out bluer
twin before. I be most learned ot. tue
fnculty were consulted, . tUe most distin-
uished chemista all in vain. At kwt a
yer was sent for, who in an instant red-
, 3 1! J !J UILI
UUiDCIX tUQ pUUW fill, UU VOIU. J AU)
there is but one man in Paris has the se
cret of this color, and be lives in the Rue
c. deWarais.?i 1.1. ;;., 1. .. , ,
"Horo was a terrible blow to all kope,
" und in the discouragement it inflicted
three long months were passed, De1 Mar-I-.
; say growing thin and.wretol)ed ftOm fret
ting, and by his despondency occasioning
his friends the'" deepest solicitude. At
: length one of bis relatives resolved on a
.i bold step. He went direct to the Rue de
, Marais and demanded td speak , with the
dyer. It is not very easy to say how he
opened a negotiation, of such, delicacy
thnt ho did so with consumate toot and
skill there ean be no doubt, for he so
worked upon the dyera compassion by the
1 1 picture of a poor young fellow htterly
ruined upon his career, unable to faoe the
world to meet his regiment event to ap
pear before the enemy, beings blue! ' that
the dyer at once confessed this pity, but
at the same time oriod out; "What ean I
do? there is no getting it off again!! ; 1
"No getting it off again! do you ) really
tell me that?",, exclaimed that wretohed
"Impossible! that's the patent," said
the other, with an ill-dissembled j pride.
''J have spent seven years in the : mven
, ion. I only hit upon it last October. It's
grand merit is that it resists all attempts
to efface it,"
.'i'j '.'And do you toll me," cried the friend,
in ratrfrtF 'Tnnr. rnia rvrv iaiiabv m nor rr
' down to his grave in that odious well, 1
mean no offense in that unholy tint?"
, y ; "liiero is but one thinz in bit Dower.
-' "Well what is' -it, in the name of
merffvf Out with ' it ' and nama vour
!T price;' '.:'.'. ' , :
"I can make him a very obarming
Kicciii uuuvau Tom uiuueivur.
,(Tub Effect or Tbmpbbaiorb oj a
''-iH'ARlTABLH Pckposb. While the last
century was flourishing, there dwelt, in
' r what is now a famous city not a mile from,
; xiosiod, an opuieni wiuow utuy, wnoonce
V afforded a queer illustration of that eold
compound of incompatiblos, called
,K,"human nattire." , t-, .3
It was a Christmas Eve of one of those
, oldl'ashioned winters whioh were so bitter
, ' cold. The old lady put on an extra shawl;
i unl us she hugged her shivering frame,
: (-he Maid to her faithful negro servant:
, . "it's a terrible oold night, Soip. I am
. afraid my poor neighbor, widow Green,
must be suffering Take the wheelbarrow,
' tcip, till ic full of wood ' pile on a
' - good load; tell the poor woman to keep
. , nerseii warm ana oomioriaoie. nut oeiore
'' voU co. Soir. nut some more wood on tha
.Mrs, and make me a pioe mug of flip."
1 ' These last orders were duly, obeyed,
tj and the old lady was throughly warmed,
V. At inairla anrt rvn A A twa fka anat
' ' Scipio was about to depart on hia errand
of mercy, when his considerate mistress
v interposed aaain. 1 ...
"Mop, 8cip. You need not go now.'
Jisr'A youth was lately leaving bis
uiiTir niiiiiia Mr am wiaiir. wnan nnnin 11
MMHf w aavww vawv f wan tt MVM alalWIUSL IV
begun to rain, necaugntup an umbreUav
i tbat was snugly i)laoed in a corner, and
was proceeding to open it; when the old
hvly, who for the first time observed his
movement, sorana towards him exclaim
ing "No, no, that you never shall I I've
had that umbrella twenty-three years, and
it has never been wet yet, and lam sure
is shan t be wet now!
Y A PmTiTi,:a TuYSICIAX PKRFORMlSa A
Cubb. Dr. Sydenham, a celebrated phys
ician, having long attended a nchpatient
with little or no auvoniage, mumj
avowed his inability to render him any
further service, addiiiarat the same time,
that there was a Dhvsioian of the name of
Robertson, at Inverness, who had distin
guished himself by the performance of
many remartabie cures ot ine same com-
1 l 1 I ' 1 1 T t : 1 11 yl
piaini unuer - wnioa uu piuioua tntureu,
and exDressinir a conviction that if he ap
plied to him, he would come back cured.
This was too euoouraging a proposal, to
be reieated: the natient. ' with the neces
sary letter ol lntroauctionproceeaea wicn
out delay to Inverness. On arriving! he
found, tohis utter dismay, that there was
no physician ot that name, nor ever nou
been in the memory of any person there;
so he returned, vowing vengeance on Sy
denham, and, on his arrivaT.at home,! be
sent for the doctor and expressed his in
dignation at having been sent on a jour
ney of so many hundred miles for no pur
pose." Well," replied Sydenham, "are
you better in health?" "Yes, I am now
quite well; but no thanks to you.'1 ''No"
says Syderlham, "but you may thank Dr.
Robertaon for curing you; ' In going you
had Dr. Robertson and his cure in con
templation, and in returning you were
equally engaged in thinking , of scolding
me." . ,'.; ' !
;,, Nbighborlv anp Bbnbvolent Coebh
8P0NDBNCE. "Mr. Thompson present his
oomplimenta to Mr. Simpson, and begs to
request that he will keep his piggs from
trespassing on his grounds." , ''Mr. Simp
son presents hie compliments , to Mr.
Thompson, and begs to request that in
future he will hot spell piggs with two
gees." "Mr..' Thompson s respects to
Mr. Simpson, will feel obliged if ho , will
add the letter "e" to the last word In the
note just received, eo as to represent Mr.
Simpson and lady." . 'Mr. Simpson re
turns Mr. Thompson's note unopened
the impertinenoe it contains being .only
equalled by its vulgarity,'' . I
HARRISON fit COLLINS'
CENTRA! BfcE-HIVE GALLERY,! eor
ner of fifth and Wwteni-row. Photograobi,
Helaluotypee aud Ambrot? pea taken ebeapar1 tban
eleewuera In the city. Oil Colored Pbotoorapha
made of all alzea, from Ufa to the imaileat miniature.
Plot una neatly aet In Lockete, Breaat-plna, ringer
rlnga and Braoelele. AH work warranted. .
uolt-ay A. 8. BLOOM, Artlat
THE OYSTER TRADE.
THE SUBSCRIBER 18 OW RECEIV
IWO DAILT. by the Adama Cxsraaa. MALT
B'S world-renowned Baltimore
Fresh Can, Keg and Shall Oysters.
' " ' ' 1 AUO
rrnh, Hermetlcallv-aealed OUVB, BPIOBU a
BOBSBT OKE, Ageat
' Depot, 11 Wmi riftk-alnwt
Oyster Importing House,
H. 31 W8S FIFTH-STREET. 1
11HS SUBSOKIBBR 18, NOW EEOKIV
JL 1N0 dallr, per Kxpreaa, btaaplendld Oman,
HaTlog completed arrangement! In Baltlmoiw, on
tbamoet extemlra eoale, 1 will at all tlmee dnrlnt
the aoaaon-lM prepared to furuleh my friendi , "and
tbe rent of mankind," with tbe moat DELIOIOUS
BlVALVtfl rmnorted to tba Oueen Jltr. None bnl
the rerjr beat Imported. Great Inducement offered
at tbla Importlng-botue. ...
vraer aiouciwu ana promptly unea. Termecaeo.
, , . . PETER CAVAUNA,
eeplgt ' -' Bole Importer and Proprietor.
TODD'S JOLD STAND,
NO. SO 8IXTB-STBSST. I AM REOEIV
1NO dallr. BKTH'B Celebrated MAMMOTH
OTSTEBS which I am aelllng at unprecedented
lowprlcaa byoaaa or doaen, Cealert aud ramlllea
wanting a Terr large, tree n, urater, win pieaae aeno
their ordera, Attached to thii eatablhhment la a
nice, quiet, reapectable Saloon, where yon oan hare
Oyiten Cooked In every atyle, and aerred np In a
clea and aaperior manner. Ohargeilenthanatany
other place. . fooluj JOHN KAIBM.
THOS, SMITH'S i
SUPERIOR CD -PLANTATION
Oppot, " 93 'flycarriare-aU'eet, oppoalte the
' NatlsaaJ Thfnter. .
E. C. BOCKIHa, Agent,
ALRO Draut ITIah and (I urn a: frh anil IVHet
Butter, Ac. dollTsrad t houn free of Qhtrge.,
mi Una, Fat, Fresh' OftTiM, j
HairhuRi Boniima. at hie Wbolewrie and BetaU Ova.
tor Bouee, . j
253 253 3S8 253 253
: ., WALNUT-STitEKT. 1
no29 ylfth door abOTeSUIh, weat aide. .
J. FARROW & SON'S
CELEBRATED BALTIMORE OYSTERS,
recettea aatiy oy tne aaaina . y
preaa Company, In whole and half cam. I a
the Terr beat duality. J. B. OWING!!..
Agent, No. tt VlftbHltreet, bet. Main '
N. V. Tb trade aupplled on tbe moat Uberal
MEDICAL AND DENTAL.
OR. SAlfl'L S1LSBEE
EISPECIAIiLT TREATS DISEASES OF
JCiTHI SKIM, RHXDUATIBU, DIBIA8KS Of
WOMEN,; and inch Obronlo complalnaa mar be
benefitted by tba Brgyenta anil Almopathlo ayatata
of blaofflce. i " , ,
Tapor, Bulphnrv Iodine, Araenlo, Uercory, Tor-
klah, Baialan and Blectro-Uhemlcal Batha, a Die
petuary of Medldna.and er , manner of Electrlo
and Magnetic Apparatoa. ti 1
arBoehuraA. M.toa . ault-lft
H 8. NEWTON, IW, ).
Ofllei, 90 '. Wsst Seronth Street,
1 '.11. ;ut' t. i- u i , i 1 1
atUI via AID aioa.
O. E." NEWTON. M. I).
, Ora-ioa-He. to Weat BeTauth rtri, between TIM
eno juwe. DHmimn-nu.' ea Derentn etreei,
wun Walsat and Vina, Vrriea Hoou-7M to )t
a, pa ..mtotHP ai.tlltoa t. at. , '
-WMr Mr HUNTER,
1 n enlist,'-' ';."
,, -. (Sneeeeaor to Knowlton Tafl.) .
N. M Weal Peutth St., bat. WaJaal aV VJaa
gpTlDIKO'B PREPARED - GLDEI
r 8PAIDIN0'S PREPARED OLUKt ' .
;- SPALDrNCS PREPARED GLUEt
.( Rati tub rinunni ...
ECONOMY! : : t -s.n.1-' 1 DISPATCH!
' . er "A Htltoh la Tim SavN Nlaa."-
, Ai accldenta will happen, eren la well-raiilated
famlllaa. It la rery dealrable to hare eome cheap and
oonrenlent way for repairing Furnltara.Toya, Orock-
ery.Ao. . '
BPALDIKO'S PBIPABKD QIVS
tfeeta all anch emergenolea, and no honaebold ean
afford to bewlthont It. It li alwaya ready and np to
tbaatlckngpoint, There la no longer a neceaaltr for
limping obaln, apllnterod reneera, headlaaa douaana
broken cradles. It ii )nt tba article for oone, ahell
and other ornamental work, 10 popalar with ladled
of refinement and taite. ' ' " ' "" i"' ;'
Thia admirable preparation la naed eold, being
cbemlcally held to aolutlon, and poueaalng all tba
valuable ooalltlee of tha beat eablnet-makera' sloe.
It may be meed In the place of ordinary mnollage,
being really more adbealTe. ' ' ',
TJSKFOL IN KVIBT HOnSX."
N. B.-A Brtuh aocompanlea each bottle.'' Price
Wheleaala Depot, No. 30 Platt-atreet. N. Y.
Addreu HENRY O. SPALDING St CO.,
, - n. Bo No. 8,000 Now York.
Vai up for Dealer! In Oaiea contalulng four, tight
and twelredoeen-a beautiful Lithograph Sbow-oard
aocompanylBg each package. ..
mr A ilngla paokaga of BPAIiDINO'S PftK
PABXD OLDS will aara tan tlniM Its ooit annually
to amy honaehold.SI
Sold by all prominent Stationer!, Drugglete, Hard
wart and furniture Dealer!, Orooert ad fanoy
Store, . . ......!, 1
Country Merchant! ehouldnakta noteof SPALD
IHO'B PBIPABBO GLCB, when making up their
Hat. Tt will atand any climate.
SPALDING'S PREPARED OLCB!
CHirCL IN KVKRT UOUBI.
, BPALSIMO'S PBKPAKKI) OLD I,
SOLD BY BTATIOMEBS. .
1 BPALDINQ'S PBKPABKD OLOK, ; ,
-" , 80LD BT PBTJOQI3T8. :. , '
V BPALDINd'S PBEPARBO OLOI,
' : . BOLD BY H ABDWABX DKALKB8.
' . ' SPALDING'S PBBPABED OLUI,
BOLD BY H0U8K-YDBNIBHINO 8T0BKB,
sPALDINO'B FBBPABED OLU1, '
SOLD BY. YUBNITUBE DEALBBB. I
' . ' SPALDINO'S PBEPABED OLDI,
1 ' BOLD BY TAM0Y-OO0P3 DEALEBs.
BPALDINO'8 PBEPABED OLDI,
. ; . BOLD BY OBOOIK3. t
BPALDIKO'S PBEPABED OLDI,
BOLD B if 000NTBY MERCHANTS OENEBALLT
UaDUuctdrad by .
BBNRTO. SPALDING & CO.i
. SO Flatuat.i Naw York.
AddrewPoetofflce, B01N0. 1,600. ' ( ,
Annil U an Alphabetical Llat of Artlcleawhlok
If damaged, ,may be .reatored to their original
itrength and uaefulneai by '
8PALDINGM PREPARED GLUE.
....Uendi ACCOUNT BOOKS.
Meade BUBEADS -
D Menda DOLLS
t a aa aaea a te a a
E Menda ETEGolliXS.,
Q Menda OUITABS.,
B. Menda HARPS
eeteaeaoeeaae a aet a eaa 1
.menu J IN LAID V0S1U.
L Menda LfcATHEK-WOliK...
n..u.oienuB hkyvkl, rusis,...
....Mende OTTOMANS .......
I Haiti aae 1
IU. .Menda TAllLES....
v.it. Tl vddtt 1 a ammtra
VManda YA?ES -
.1TI 831111. 11 111 UUDiuun.n 1 llirin....u....u..u.I
w ....Blende vniun-ouiis......., w
X....landa XYLO3EAPH10.W0BK.r.. ...X
v uanri. viun flTTntra v
Z. ..Menda ZEPHYR WOOD-VOBK..";........-.h.Z
..,.. Jo ' eonclmlon, BPALDINO'B PBEPABED
. ULiUJC u tuerui in JJbrarlea and Sobooia.
U... ..-.Menda BTKBEOSOOPES.........
ii....r....inenua ri t vn ue
4 L Menoa LETTEB-rJUALINO.
Menda lUouKBBaorrpa Oajm.,
6..-..I w.Ueodi IMAGE8...W
7....N-Jllondl NKW BREAK AQES....,
n...O,.Mencli GUN-8 rot'KS.........,.
9 S..Mendi bOHOOL-BOOES
K...M0Ulll KLKCTBlOat MACHINES.
'J" 1-1. ii. . 1. .1 H....J1
19 B...Jlendl ltlUHKTy rUBNITOBCK.,
16 E...Mends ERASEU HANDLES E..
17 D..M.Midl DESKS ....
t eee etae te ea taeee ee t D.....17
18 a....lendl GLOBES . ,.G..1
menu! iiunaitnitu lgavicb ,.L If
nenaa upholbtrrid 11 uasiTUBE.,. u...,20
...Mends HOBBY-HOBS RS.
Blende KALKIUUNUUr KS
'.H........aienua myijy su I -ULiA&n
WwMHWwIUVUU, AAXJAVUta W 1, OA Ai9..M.MM.4MI
3..........Menda BOHOOL FUBNITOBE,
S4......Mende PAPIKK MACHE
... nouoa WAKUBUDISS
M..........Mnil FABIAN MABBLE.,
aeeetateoet aaoat tO"
37. Menda ijitiJiH
....... MM... M. MM... ..
3K. nenaa i vim t wiikk....... 39
40.,..,...Mend8 MATCH-SAFES ....i.... 40
41 Menda PI0T0BK8-.... 41
43w..Menda. WWZL-B A0K8 ..........43
44 Menda WASH STANDS 44
45..,,..Menda BEDSTEADS .n ...........46
46-.,.......Muda DRUMS .......,.....,...4A
Menda OBESSMIN ..
Menda BALLOT BOXES..,,
in.JUVUBU UaitUUlU UAD.ieataaMaetaeituaal
...Mendi BACKQAMMON BOAK&S.
iiAVUutv vast "" "-iirmtm....
.....Menaa biku-uaubs .,.,
67. ..,.Mcnd BROOMSTIOKB. M,67
58...,wMenda BOOK-OA8E8....,..H.j,,... 38
S9...,, Menda BOOT-OBIMPB ..M,.....J9
00....T.. ' ..Menda BRUSH-HANDLES... .1.2 .. . .AO
81.....,.......Menda BRUSUIS... rt 4lre aeaai nt eti a aaa ai
3 , Menda OA BIN KT.,.....,. ,.,62
33.........3Ienda OHDBNB.i....... ..ta..L.A3
34. Menda ObOCK-OASES .u
86. .,.. Meude OBUTOUE8. ....,...,, .,66
67 Menda OURTAIN8 ..,. ,.m.M
68. ...Menda OA H I h a8........... Ml
69. ......Menda CADDIES M .A9
70.,.,.. Menda CAMERAS.................. ,.....,. 70
' ' M..menuauria.iua..M.MM.,.M..M.M.,.,...,M..7l
Menda CHARTS - 7J
..Menda CLOTHES-FRAMES ....73
menda ua tto-JABHB....M.,....74
Manda 4JHK8TS.. ; 7
..menaa tunniw,,.. ,
menae wukb. -stands...
nenoe vim a a,o..-TO...,..-M.7
f mAm YlilADO ' a,.
83. M,..i Menda DOM I N OES. .-,...,. ...... .81
uiHua..,.mniUI inmiin ..... .- . . m-M
83 Hand! TLUTEB... .J
f7, 2,n' VA4.jL.""""","-'"""'",eT
88.. ..Mend! HANDLES..... m.,.38
.Mendi OUTTAPEBOHA-WABE M
tl.,.a,.,.M.Mende TOPS n
3.,,.np...Mndl ORGANS. w... ..-, 92
W,.,-,.,.Mentl MODELS ,.,....,93
94::L.':".-..Mend, SEWINO MAOHINEiZr. I iS
96,..... M..Meida PANELS.., .,m.to
98..,.....,,.Manda SIDEBOARDS,..,. .,.,. ,, .96
99...! Manda WOODEN-WABE .M,...9t
10o..,,...ilen4am.i4Ow.wAii ....- ioo
,, BPALDIKO'S PBEPABED OL0I,
:k;;';, ;;80LD BY STATIONERS.
.'-'; ' SPAIDINQ'B PBEPABED OliaC i''''"
" '.BOLD Bit DRTJ00I8T8. ,
' BPALDINO'S PBEPABED oLoV, -
- ..! .i.u-n . BOLD BTGROOER8. j
.. , " BPALDINO'B PBEPAflID OLDI. , ,
" j BOLD BY HARDWARE BTOBEI. ;( ''
BPALDINO'S PREPARED OLUI, " y,
BOLD BY HOUSE-rUBNlSRINO BT0BI8, U
'" . "SPAtiDINQ'B PREPARED OLtfl,
BOLD HI OOtHTBY MEBOH ANT8 GENERALLY
; atauPMturtdby;;'-,;; ;
'trffHTPV tt flPAT.TiTMA A tin -J ha
,o - SO Platt-aeraat, Now Tatk.
Addraat Poatofilca, Boi No. 8,603. ( ( JU rt (
Pat np la eaaaa cantaUilog either four, Eight or
Bhow-alrt Doaen aaeh-a beautiful Lltkegraphlo""
TwOard toeompanlaa each paokaga,' " i .
(aoUdtDeol Aojlat ay.f
$30. v $30. $30. $30,
1 Thirty-Dollar Double Lock-8titcIi -
FUIILV SEWING MACHINES
BEOOBED BY BEOEKT LETTERS PATENT.
mfllb ' MACHINK HAS BEEN PEO-
M. NODNOED by all comBetent Jndcea, who
ii eoraoeieai jnaa
beat ana moat dealral
Saia eeen it, to be the beat and moat dealrable Fi
t Sewina Machine erer Introduced, reanrdl
Of prioo. - It will aew all kind! of family food a,
' from the Tery thickeatte the rery 8 neat fabrica mada,
and oaea all kind! of thread, from No. 8 to 200. .
No ell la need on topof the Machine. -n
Bend for a elrcular, or call and aee It In operation.
Opon early application, Stateand Oouuty Big hte map
An aaergerlo peraon oan make a fortune In a abort
time, Agenta wanted in all unaold territory. .
H. C. BllRTMAN, '
8c le and axcluatre agent for the United State,
aepUffflt Weal Foorth-atreet. Olnolnnatl.
LADD, WEBSTER oe CO.'S
' LOOK BT1T0H " - i 1 "
80 West Fouitk-stroet,
Between Vine and Walnut-itrecU, Olnclnoatl.
ar Send for a Olrcnlar WHa
W. T. & S. D. DAY & CO., 1
' "' Manufacturer! and Dealer! In :
(BOTH HAND AND POWEB.) : .'
And all kloda of Priming Rlaterldla, Noa.
173. 15 nnd 177 Weat Heroiid-alreet,
CINCINNATI, OHIO... i '
ESPECIAL ATTKNTION 19 CALLED
to our MRDAL JOBBEB. ! Within the last
eighteen month! we bare Introduced tbem into four
teen different State! of the Fulun, with the greateat
tatiifacttou to the partlea pnrcbaaing. Tho power ia
applied to the center of the platen; conaequently
there la no possibility of H aprlnglng from any
amount of premure. The motion le an tranimitted
to it aa to cauae a dwell on the point of content with
the form, Inaurlna A PERFECT IMPRESSION at
a high rate of ined.
Printer! in want, of the BEST JOBBER ahould
not purchase elaewhera without string thia an ex
amination. The; are itrong, durable and rapid, and
are WARRANTED to give tbe moat entire aatla
faction, .. . np3
MADAMS ELLIS, M. D., HAS FOUNP
at laat Jtwt what the Ladlea hare lang needed
and looked for in rain, the Uterine Elixir.
The Uterine Elixir la warranted to cure all die
eaaea of a Uterine Nature; Inflammation of the
Womb, tha Kldneya, tbe Ovarlea, and the Urethra
Prolapaut or Falling of tha Womb, raiuful Menatrn
atlon, Ohloroaie, Amenorrhea; In fact, a perfect can
la guarranteed by the ueeof from two to lire bottlea
of the Elixir, ef any dlat aae whaterer of the Gener
ative and Urinary Orgaua, of male or female, no
matter of how long atandiiiK. Price 31 per Uottle,
Madame ELLIS cat la particular attentlou to tha
following Card of one of the moit prominent Drug
giate of Olnctnnatl, - . ,
"Tothi Pubiioaito tHa LapikB in PaaTiotruB.
We, the undersigned, are not In tbe babit of giving
our name to Patent Medicines; but knowing well the
Lady Physician, and the medicine called the uterine
Elixir, wa cheerfully recommend It toallfemalea
Buffering from Female Dlaeaaea of any kind; It la
purely vegetable, aud In no an can do Injury; wt
tay to all try, and our word for it, you will Dud re
lief. F. D. H IfiL, Druaalat,
eeplT ' "Corner of Fifth and Baae-atreeta,"
MADAME ELLIS'S SPANISH SIMU,
LATINO OODOH AND LIVER BALSAM
cure!, without fail, palm In the Breaat,- Back,
Bide or Llnibe; Ooaana, Holds, Hoereenesi, DIlH
culty of Breathing, Headache, Flatulency, Heart
burn, Obronlo Bhenmatlem, Billions (Juollo, Cramp
Ohollc, Orlpinir Palna of the Bovtela, Dullneal,
Stupor, Inactivity, Loal of Appetite, and In Pain
ful Meuatruatiou it ia a certain cure, and givea
Immediate relief. In any of the above dlaeaaea
It will give relief In twenty mlnutee, and a perma
nent cure by tha use of two bottles. Only 60 col t
per bottle ao cheap that every peraon can get It.
- N. B.-For aale by F. D. HILL, Drnggist, corner
of Baca and Flfth-itreeta; J. I. PABKj corner of
Fourth and Walnut; 8U1RK. ECKSTEIN A Co.,
corner Tine and Fonrth; JOHN DI0K8ON, corner
of John aud Birth; PAUL RR1NLEIN. corner el
Eighth and Freemau. Also, EDWABD BOA NLA N
A CO.. corner of Main and Fourth; and Madame
ELLIS, 144 Weat Slxth-atreot. - aap27.ay
II ALL'S PATENT.
riHE MOST RELIAHLE PIRK AMD
JL BOBGLAB PROOF SAFES. They have gives
more latlsuwtlou than any other now iu ute,
We offer a reward of ONB THOUHAND DL.
IiARH td any peraon that can, up to the preaeni
time, show a single Instance wherein they have failed
to preserve their oontenU, 'I ......
With this SAFE we challenge all competition, as
being the beet Fire Proof, Burglar Proof, or fire
and Burglar Proof now made; and ara willing to
teat with any establishment .In the Union, and tbe
party falling flnt, to forfeit to the other, tbe sum
OfJJ.OOO. . , l
we are prepared rofornlsha better Bafefaud at leea
coat, than any other manufacturer la tha Doited
BUtea. ,, i , . . i
Becond-hand Bafea of other maker, also on hand.
Wereepectlullyinvltetnepubllcto call aud exam
ine our atook before purchasing elsewhere.
HALL, CARROLL A 00.,
. auglj-vt No. 16 and 17EaatUolumhUatraal
", ,., .. W! B. DODDS, ; .
FormaI; of Hall,Dodda A Co.; lata Urban.Doddi AOt.
- W."il. Dodds'afc'.'Co.,,,,,
ajurtrrAotmiM ot 11 i'i.,,v.
', O Q laN" O H 33 Hf TB , !
Fire and - Burglar Prool
m:iL:i3tt & t
fl. W. Cornor or Vine Beeond NtrooUa
Thia tt the moat reliable aTIBll AND BUBGLA
PROOF SAFE that la made In tha United States, and
Is warranted perfectly free from damp. Can be soli
at lower pilose, and It of batter workntanshlp than
eaa Detouaa aiaswuare. . ,; . . t,. ; , , , .
We have a larare aaeortmentoa hand, and ara aa.
tormlned to sell at pricea that cannot fall to tlltii.
Takes III amhanga. BICOND-HAND BAFBS a.
wat on hind at extwmalT low prloe. nft
; BAI.T. WATER ATTD JLAKB WlmH
TOZER'S EASTERN FISH DEPOT,
No. 90S Vlao-ot.1 hot. Flfllt and Sixth.
1R. T0ZHB BEOS TO ANN0UNC1
that ha ha aatabllabed a regular depot for tha
sale of all kinds ot salt-water rtsh, treeb from Naw
York j also Lake Flan from Gaafaland and Sandusky:
toaather with Clams and Oyster in tba
her with (Jiams ano vyawra in toe shall, boo.
etere, Oraba, Bala (adlva), and all klnda of seasonable
Oamaaod Oan Oysters. He will furnish the above.
named articles cusaraH iiiaa am uthsb
PLAOB IN THE CIITT. Family ordera promptly
attended k and aent home free of aharg. Pleas
aall sad 'a vour orders. iii
J. Ja HI TLKK'K
... ' ti:i.l 91 w!
. fixcclsior,. Fluids laki.
' ( f ' " 1 - ' , :
! All I iNilliiiiitl
aauiuavvKiry , vuio art a
BY; BT ATE ATT THO SIT Y
Incorporated 1819.' Chattel" Perpetual
Car A geny eetabllaliedl n Cincinnati 14 18'J8, an
tedating all present local Insurance Companlea and
Agenoiea In the Insurance busluesa in thia city. ; S3
yeare constant dnty hare, combined with wealth, ea
perienee,cnterpruie and liberality, especially oons.
mend the AETNA Insurance Company. loth farora--ble
patronage of this oommuultr atandlngaolltary
and alone, the aole (urvivor and living pionaer of
Cincinnati underwriter of 18J5.. ,S I
Losae sa!d!a)nfttnnsutl dnrlnfl poat.F1
- Voara, 9100,034 !? " ' , .
lABSOLTJTH AKD VNIMPAIBKD.J WITH A 1
SURPLUS Of (l,O30,d3 84).
And tha prestige of 40 years success aud eapenleuoe,.
IHVMTUIHTI OP : ..v,
Over $100,000 In Ohio Securities,
UPWARDS OF l 9,000,000, LOSSES .
Have boon paid br tba Stna Inauranoe Company la
i ,i. the past 40 years.. , i i
Flra and Inlaad NuTlaatloa. Risks accepted
at terms consistent with tolvency and fair profit.
Eioecial attention Blven to Inanranaa of Dwelllnaa
and Contents, for terms of 1 to 4 .. "s,
, Application made to any duly .uthoriaed Agent
promptly attended to. By itrlot attention to a leglt
mate Insurance baslnesa, this Company Is enabled
to offer both Indemnity for the past and aeomlty for
the future. P HoljslBSnod without delay by
an, rju ua, ins, Agent, o. to nam trei, .,
A. F. PATOrJ, Assistant Agent. .... i
B. K. LIND ET, Agent 171 Vine street. i
J.J. HOOKA I, Agent. Fulton.. 17th Ward, ant '
WE8TKBN INSURANCE COMPANY
; ,.o; ciKCiJaJTATi, ., , "
OFFICB IN THE SECOND STORY Of
No, a Front-street, between Main and Sycamore.
Thia Company 1 taking Fire, Inland ana ilertue
Risks at currant ratea of premium. ' ' i . ,. .
Losses Calrly adjusted and promptly paid. J - i ,i
DIBKJTOBfl: m'I I I ...
TFBckert, .. V Ball. , , SWPomeroy.
wiuiamuieun. wuwnitoner, w u niann.
Bobert Mitchell, W H Oomatook, LSI Stopa, ?
Robt Buchanan, 00 Shaw, OeoStall,
Wm Sellew, , , Seth Evana, J H Taaffe, , 1J
David Oibton, 1 H Brachman, J 0 Iham, l-'i
H Clearwater,. ThoaH Elliott, 'ii..
, t. . aum.au i, rreaiaeui. .
Sriratu Moast, Secretory. noi
Fire and Marine Insurance.
Citizens' Insar&uce Company. ,K
OF CINCINNATI, OHIO.u;
i . DIBBOTOB9; - j. !
William Wood, Isaac 0. Oonelaa, iH'.-
James P. Cunningham, Sydney S. Clark,
Andrew Erkenbrecher, Joseph Reaklrt, " '
Oeo. W. BUhop, . . . Wm. Jflahar,..; I i-u
,. . ,. George B. Dixon. , lU . I ,,r
ISAAC C. OOPELEN, President;. '
Oio. W. Uoriuit, Secretary.
..-.,: ..;. A.M. BOBS, Surveyor. -la
nrenared to laaue Policies on Fire and Marina
Bisks, on favorable term. Office No, 3 Weat Third
treet, Trust Co. Building. -' - noSbfa t
National Insurance Co.,'
: iv; rinelnaBtl, Ohlo.li. !
(Offloe South-west Cor. Main and Frout-treeU.)
Marine, Inland Transportation and
irire JtisKs ,: ,,,r i
TAKBN AT CURRENT HAVES.''... 'i
., ''' 'dIBEOTOBSi ' !!!''' :
John Burgoyne, KM Smith, J Robart Moore, '
win nepwortu, viuaa u moora,' at ecuneimer, . i
t X Wiedemer. ThnaOnn. . .HWMmltb. - ,
J L Boaa. Thus R Biggs, Henry Kills.' .
a. u. uuMSK.asc y. Ju. buhuuvmi,, rres.
noBbfm . P. A. Bpuiomaii, Surveyor, i
Cincinnati Insurance Company
'! ESTABLISHED IN 1889.
CAPITAL :- sieo.odo.
OFFICB NO. 4 FRONT-STREET. IN
SDBEHagalnat Loss and Damage by fire; also:
Perils pf the Sua aud Inland Navigation. , ,,,..
," ' DIBECTOBS: '' ' " .. I I I. ki
Jnd.W Hartwell, Allen Collier,- - William Besor.
John W Ellis, . Jamas Lup ton, Qhaa.W Rowland,
John W Dudley, James A Prater, J W Cao field,
0 T Woodrow, R M W Taylor, "A 8 Wluslow,
0 S William, H McBlrney, ' . Bowinan 0 Baiter.
jyup ty, UA.itxrf Abi,, rreeiaeut,
1. W. Williams, Secretary. ' : noj
ju.ei-aoo . i i . 'alaai
eitsod mi uoi4oidda no uai uinoj0ti .
t)9oj(-i4uin0) pa i(M-njoA '203 -g
' r'00 2? 'ASl 'AJl ',
qioio Unniog -uommj moj jf 'aouiqawjar intug -ueo
am jeuuu pua jeadn qioq (Tpnos n3pwiwiii-rT
HOHI OMOHIS KI ilk lHd '83Z18 TJ V
; . sniMpeej puv naoo '
The: outcast elastic me
tallic BOOFIHO" it offered to the public
as the beet and cheapest Metal Roof now used, Its
merits tested by an experience of years th tbisolty
and vicinity. Applied to flat or ateep, old or new
building. No solder used fastened securely with
out exposure to the action Of theelemeuts.
rrepareu aneets, noxeu ior snipment to any part 01
tha United State, oan be auelled bv anr one with
ordinary mechanical skill,. Orders "promptly tilled.
"Jyll.tf"" w m West Second street.'"
PATENT MACHINB-MA3E PAPER
a Ana m n i . . m r . . , . ,
dbud, iui uruoarn, AruxKi.is, i si,ieT .uii
Others, made from, extra Quality of Wrapping, Ua
nuieauu n nite too raper. . j:
,.. am.oooMo. 1 wrapping ana mamiia; ,i
,'" WO.OOO No, ' ,
1.1. I, 300,000 NO., J s,,.;r. ,'" ' 1
.a,.' a,000No. 4 . , "i"' '','
u Jl)O,00O No. -""-- ' .-' .
aoo,ouoNo. d .u. i.:'r; '
tOO,4JOMo.M " ' ' ''
... IT iU,OUUB0. II .
.. ' 300,000 NO. 14 ' '' "
" 200,000 No. 18,' it:..tt j
,( ,.500,100 No, ao, ,, -
''"" mio.OiiOKdi- 1 Whit T Bag',.
900,000 No. 1
The above are put up Iu packages' of ioo bag each.
We are manufacturing from alxt to aacentr-ilve
thouaand Bag per day - : ! , 1 1, . 3 r ,
ntAOK a UHA.TITIKLD,
Paper Bag Manufacturers,
. ' S( q ,11,1 4nd Wholeeale Paper Dealers,
00M ' : 77 and JgWaluut-streel.
' Feathers anu Mtei Millinery,
Of every deacrlptloo,' which I am wlltng at a m-i
advance on Mew Tork prices, wholesale andT ratal, '.
- - b aarasoi W. 1 '
).;ii.'. ii-.,-.p it; '.,llj( n " W;l (
not . o 104 Fifth-street, bat." Race and Km.
, . i...... : .., ... .ii . i .
G AN D YIi O AND Y
i ... , ,.. --liii i.i atii
... . .ii km ,n , . . ii j,,.
.1 in i.r
' '' II ; ilJHO i' 111 ! 1
"-'"''' qpaaPtoiCt 10 MTMHAOOJ
-' "- ,!:iK W j " I,','
MsUtulBf tnrcri nd WuolettUa tMalrt; ,
; . iiNK ;ak plain candies,
4 MAIM ITRBBT, t)JX0I1fNAl
,:. Manufacturer and Whelesal Daalsr M " '
i Borp Parfaoaorfi Faaey Ooods, dco,t
No. 978 MAIN-STREEfli
am Billing lower than any other hone in the sit) A i
I;, " ,r ri. ... : :i
N ALL ITS JBRXNOHKS,5 &0,& , SASi y,
laaatl. ' " "'
- arW-btndlnlli ovary stylo,
m ah djsnhl haaad. .
., BBtwaiUrt BtJiTH anti uaTanrrf. "
v.i... . ..,..,, ., .-..,;.. . 1 ,r
...... ,,,'' i1! 1
Tkl X JOBBERS BY CAtLINUit'
M a MLMm'- nninln in BtnMk will tin tl.,.t
Change of Time—November 14. 1859.
Great Western and North-western
LAFAYETTE AND CHICAGO SHORT-LINE
Tha Shortest Itonte betwooa (UnoluHail
'.''-I, '., n4 ChloBgo, -
Three PassengerTralnileaveOlnolnnatldaUy, from
the foot of il 111 and Front street.
Ji80 A. At. Chicago Mail arriv at Indlanapolla
at 1J:I0 P. 11 ., Oliioago at 10:W P, AI. Thia train
oonnecta with all night trains out of Chicago tor
the West and North-west; connect at. Indlanapo
lla with trains for Terra Haute; also with Fern
train, for Pern, Loganaport, Fort Wayne aud To.
1!4S P. M. Terra Haute and Layfayetto Ao.
aonuaooatlon arrives at Indiauapolli at 6:10 P. 11..
making direetoonneotiona at ludianapolli with La.
With all mornlnff truili. tint nf tlhlnuun
Bleeping cars are atteohed to all tbe night train
on thf line, and run thlongh to Chicago without
Ohange of cars.
' This ia exclusively a Western and North-western
fonte, and with fnverable and reliable arrangeuenu
with all oonnectlr-e; road throughout the entire
West, guarantees unusual care and Ike amplest an.
oonimodatlons to the patrons ol this I ine.
The Company's exclusive Telegraph Llus Is used
when necessary, to govern tbe movement of train,
and Lougbridge's celebrated Patent Brakes, ate ear
tached to all passenger trains, by whieh they oanba
perfectly controlled; beside all theotber modern iiu
prorcmont necessary for the comfort aud eafety ot
passengers, the managers or this road have liberally
provided.. .... j
Smoking-cars on this line.
" W Be jure yon ore in the right ticket offlcebefora
yon purchase your ticket, and ask for tickets via
Lawrenoeburg and Indlanapolla.
Fare the same aa by any other route. Baggaga
Checked through, ,, ... ,
TUBOCOH f ICHETS, goal until used, oan boob,
talned at the tlckot oMces, at Spencer House Coruor
Dorth-weatoornar Broadway aud Front: No. 1 Bur
net House Coruafj at the Walnut-street House, and
at Depot oflloe, foot of 11111,00 Front street, where
all neoeaaary infe rotation may be nad.
Omnlbusea run to and frau each train, and will
call fti paaaengara at all hote li and all part) ot tha
city, b leaving utdrea at ell t r office.
W. H. L. NOBLE,
1 nuU ...,: . Oaneral Ticket Agent.
NOVEMBER 14, 1859.
Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
CI X DAILY TRAINS LEAVE 1HH
fJ Slxth-atreet Depot.
1 Train ruu turouga to Cleveland Sandoaky, To
ledo and Indlanapolla without change of can.
' Through Tickets for all Eastern, Western, North,
an and North-western oltles.
B A. N. BXPRESH TRAIN For Hauilltou,
Richmond. Indiauapolis, Latayette, Chicago, and all
Weetem Oltles. Couneots at Richmond with C. and
0. Koad for Loganaport; also connects at Hamlltou
for Oxford, Am. t
7tHO A. iI. TRAIN For Dayton, SprlngSeld,
Sanduaky, Toledo and Chicago. This train makes
close connections with all trains leaving Chioavo tha
same evening. Also connect at I'aaiNA. tog Co
lumbus; at Bellefontalne with li. aud I. It. R East
and West; at Forest with Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago Railroad East and West: at Clyde with
Cleveland aud Toledo Bnllroad trains far Cleveland
and Detroit; at Dayton for Oreenville, Union, VVIu
10 A. 91. KXPRBSS TRAIN For Olevelaud
via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Bostou, New
York, and all Eastern cities. Also connects at Crest,
line lor Hlttahurgli, Philadelphia, llnltluiore, and all
Eaatxrn el tie. - -.,..,
i40 P. AI. TRAIN For Hamilton, Richmond,
ludliuiapolis, 'I'erre 11 ante aud Uaint Louis; con.
necte at Hamilton for Oxlbrd, Ac.
S30P. 1H. TRAIN For Dayton, 8prlugfleld,
Bellefontalne,' Lima, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, and
all point in Canada. Connectsat Bullefoutainowltu
B. aud I. B. K., East aud West.
lli'olO P. ill. EXPRESS TRAIN For Cleve
land via Delaware for Dunkirk, Buffalo, Boston,
Hew Tork. and all Eastern cities. Also, connects at
Crestline for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
and all Eastern cities.
, AMTThe night Express Tralu leaving Oluctuuatl at
11:30 P. JB leave dally xxotpr Saturdavb. Ail other
tratiie leave dally xxoipt SoaDiTs; . v
For further Information and Tickets, apply at tha
Ticket office north-east corner Front and Broad
way; No. 16a Walnut-street, near Olhson House; at
the new Ticket Offloe, on the west eld of Vine-street,
betweenlPoarofnce and Burnet House; at the Walnut
treet House, or at tho Sla lb -street Depot.
, noia ., . .: , D. JUolAUKN. Superintendent.
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XENIA RAILROAD.
Three Traiiis j Daily.
' .Two TUrougu Exittess Train.
FIBST TRAIN-DAY EXPRESS AT 19
A. M., oonneott via Columbus and Cleveland;
via OolaniDaa, Steubenvilla aud Pittsburg; via
Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: via Colum
bus and Bellair (Wboelius). Also, for Bprlngfleld.
This train atop between Cincinnati and Columbus,
at all the principal atntlou.
BKCXtND TRAIN-Colunibua Accommodation
at 4i40a. ai. This train atopa at all sUtloni be
taeen Cincinnati and Columbus, aud Cluoinuatl aud
TlilKD TRAIN Night Kxpreaa at Ili30 I'.
M., oonnecta via Columbus and tiollalr (Wboeling);
via -Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colum
bus SteubenTilla and Pittsburg; via Uolunibua and
Thl Train itops at Lovslaiid. Morrow, Xetil
and London. BLKEl'INOCAUS ON THIS TRAIN.
faTTlie Day Kxpresa runa tbrouRh to Cleveland,
Wheeling and Pittsburg, via Stoubenvllle, without
change of car. ' '
Tbe NIOUT EXPRESS Train leaving Cincinnati
at Hi30P. U runa dally, exoept SATCBDAVS.
The other Trains run dally, exoept SUNDAYS.
' For all information, and Through Ticket! to Bos.
ton, New Tork, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton, Buffalo, Niagara Falls. Dunkirk, Cleveland,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, and all the Eastern plaoes,
apply at the Oflcos, Walnut Street House, Mo. 4 Bur.
net House, south-east coruor of Broadway and Pro, t
streets, and at the Eastern Depot.
Trains ran by Columbus time, which is (ven lulu
ate falter than Cincinnati time.
. J. DUBAND. Sup't.
Omntbnsea callfor passenger by leaving direction!
at the Ticket CMoea. ... . . noil
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859.
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Commencing Dec. 4, 1859. OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI RAILROAD
Cincinnati . and St. Louis,
fit THBOTJOH WITHOOT CHANGE OF CARS.
Two Dally Train for Tiuceniiea, Cairo and Bt,
Louis, at 7:20 A. II. , and 7:80 P. M.
Three Daily Tralu for Loulavill, at 7:80 A. M
One Train ror Evanivllle at 7:80 P. M.
Tbe Trains connect tt St. Loui for all point la
Kansas and Nebraska, Hannibal, Qulncy and Keo
kuk; at St. Louis and Cairo for Memphis, Vlckaburg.
Natche and New Orleans.
: One Through Train on Sunday at 7:10 P. M.
RaTcaMlKa Fast Line Leaves East Rt. I.nnl.
Sundays excepted, at tM A. 11., arriving at Oincln.
i nati at 10:1S P. M. - .
B Mxraas Tbaih Learett East St. Louis dally at 4:1 0
PP. M., arriving at Olnclnnatl at 8:29 A. H.
lUlt iUKUUUtl TlUlilttS
To all point West ai d South, please annlv at the
fJofnce! Walnut-Btree l House, between Sixth and
aeventh-atraet, No. 1 tturnet JHovae, oorner ofOce,
north-west oorner of Front and Broadway, Spencer
House Office, and at tha Depot, comer Front and Hill,
streets. W. H. CLEMENT, Oen'I.Superlntendeiu.
Omnlbnae call for passengers.
Cincinnati, Richmond &
jago, with Tralua ror Tarre uaate, opnngneta, nock
I (.feud, UaJesburg, Kenosha, LaCroess, Jacksonville,
Oanvllla, Burlington, Milwaukee, Mattoon, Naples,
Helena, lluinov. Pralri do Ohlon. Pan. Pain
ImnlaUh. Baclne. Decatur, ill
, TBBR1 HAOT1,
. , OT. Ijyy: ip.
. . V .... ,
TWO AILJTHIiOD(IH T AINS leave Sixth street
Depot, at t A.M. and 4:S0 P.M.
FAST BXPBESS.-Throughdireot, making clou
r- 1:40 P. M.-INDIANAPOLI8, CHIOAOO A BT,
: LOUIS NIOHT EXPBESB.-Tbeabov Trains make
close coaneutlons at Indiaoapolla,Laulhyotteand Obi.
loamlnaton. Juliet. L
I lle,st, Panl.aud aU town andaitie In th North ,
BMr-rnrougU xiosai given ana Daggag oaaaaat
mrthar Information and Thrawh Tfaikata. am.
.i ply to Ttoaeumoe,nonu-aieonieroi Front a
ly to Ticket Offices, north-east corner ol Front anal ,
A , a, en nvAaWWi oapeliVH
oonneciiouB rur anoiner western ana Jtortn-western
Slutt,. Tbi Train also connect at Blohmond with
notnnatl and Chicago Boads.for Anderson, Xoko.
mo, Loganaport, and all point! on Wabash Vallsy
Kaiiroaa. ' - . ,
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